Located in Spink County, Frankfort, SD is 507 acres of great open spaces. Frankfort is home to 150 residents and has a rich agricultural history. Founded in 1882, Frankfort was named after the German city of the same name. The honor of naming the town went to an early settler, Frank I. Fisher, who has the distinction of shooting the last buffalo in Spink County! Just next door, a popular spot for relaxation and fun is Fisher Grove State Park. Visitors can enjoy camping, fishing, canoeing, and other outdoor activities.
For more information about Frankfort’s demographic information, please reference the South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Development’s website. Directions: When on the South Dakota Insite page, 1) click the “Communities” tab, 2) Select City, 3) click “Map Community,” and 4) click “Community Analysis.